Indupart, a manufacturer of hardware components and industrial doors, has expanded at Stockportâs Discovery Park thanks to a six figure investment from the Royal Bank of Scotland.
The company acquired a 28,000 sq ft warehouse close to its existing headquarters in Stockport and created eight jobs on the shop floor, bringing its headcount up to 42.
The new site will give Indupart an independent manufacturing workshop and a series of newly installed high specification machinery, which will help the company to improve its efficiency as a supplier of industrial doors to trade throughout the UK.
Away from the North West, Indupart also operates depots in Glasgow, Bristol and Hemel Hempstead.
Indupart Ltdâs Managing Director, Robin Taylor, commented: We are delighted to announce our expansion plans in our 30th year of business, which is testament to our business continuing to grow and improve in this competitive industry.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has supported us since 1986 and we are grateful to them for allowing us to continue our success story.
Meanwhile, RBS Relationship Manager, Matthew Young, said that Taylor is a professional and personal business man to deal with and this attitude is the reason why he has been able to build up a successful company which has reported year on year growth.
Young added: We look forward to seeing whatâs in store over the next 30 years and supporting the companyâs future plans.
Last month, RBS backed Bournemouth property developer, Glenmere Investment Property, with a six figure funding package to support its latest project.
The company has completed development work on two neighbouring properties in Bournemouth.
An existing four bedroomed house at 265 Castle Lane West has been completely renovated and extended as part of the project, while a new three bedroom bungalow next door at 265A has also been constructed.